• Dwyane Wade entered Friday night’s game as the first NBA guard since Michael Jordan in 1995-96 with 11 games in a row of 20-plus points on 50 percent-plus shooting. LeBron LeWho!?
• Masters champ Bubba Watson and three other PGA Tour golfers have a group called Golf Boys and just put out a rap record. Bad news: It’s awful. Good news: It’s more original than the name Golf Boys.
• Jorge Mario Bergoglio is now Pope Francis. With Diego Maradona’s most famous goal in mind, does this make the new pontiff Argentina’s Hand of God II? Pope Francis now leads the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics. Coincidentally, that’s also the number of goals Lionel Messi scored last season.
• Fresh from visiting North Korea, Dennis Rodman now wants to meet with the new pope, saying, “I want to be anywhere in the world that I’m needed.” Hmm. How about with your own kids, Rodman? The ones for whom the court ordered you pay $500,000 in delinquent child support.
• Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, 42, is dating a former Heat dancer, Nikki Sapp, 26. Strange, right? I don’t mean the age difference. I mean that in 50 years she’ll be an old lady named “Nikki.”
• Answer: Snoop Dogg’s son has a football scholarship to Duke. Question: Who’ll be the only Dad invited to the frat party?
• I went to the Dania Beach Marine Flea Market on Saturday and was disappointed. Hoped to buy a used Marine, but all I saw was boating stuff.
• Two pranksters convinced Buffalo general manager Buddy Nix they were Tampa GM Mark Dominik. Based on Bills’ and Bucs’ recent fortunes, why not just let the pranksters try running the teams.
• Parting thought: The Dolphins spent the past several days lauded as the toast of the NFL while ebullient fans heaped praise on general manager Jeff Ireland. (Was the preceding sentence as strange for you to read as it was for me to write?)
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